U. C. Berkeley, Department of Political Science, coursework paper, 1968. Politics, for Marx, is one of those things one must do in order to be free from doing it. The State, in this perspective, is just the arm of the ruling class, and the only political action which is considered legitimate is the one that leads, ultimately, to the elimination of politics and the State. Two interconnected criticisms are adressed to this thesis. The first is that Marx "reduces" the concept of State to... Topics: Marx, Political Theory
Berkeley, 1968. Política, para Marx, é uma daquelas coisas que devemos fazer para ficarmos livres de fazê-las. O Estado, nesta perspectiva, é somente um braço da classe dominante, e a única ação política realmente legítima é aquela que conduz à eliminação da política e do Estado. Duas críticas interligadas são normalmente dirigidas a esta concepção. A primeira é que Marx "reduz" o conceito de Estado a um simples reflexo do econômico. A segunda é que a ação... Topics: Marx, Political Theory
Episode 78 features professor of political theory, Robert Garner.Rob Garner is professor of political theory at the University of Leicester in the UK who has, for more than two decades, specialised in animal rights.In this interview, Prof. Garner speaks with ARZone about his recently published book A Theory of Justice for Animals. He explains why Animal Welfare fails to protect the interests of other animals, why "species egalitarianism" (or abolitionism) will not achieve its goals,... Topic: political theory, animal rights
Comentário a David Easton, "O Sistema Político Sitiado Pelo Estado", em Bolivar Lamounier, editor, A Ciência Política nos Anos 80, Brasília, Editora da Universidade de Brasília, 1982, pp. 151-155.) Os cientistas sociais norte-americanos, em sua maioria, preferiram herdar um Weber deshistoricizado e sanitizado, e assim embarcaram em ambiciosas tentativas de construir uma ciência não histórica, não filosófica e não ideológica. Muitos êxitos foram obviamente alcançados... Topics: Political Theory, David Easton
Here is a section of the tutorial I gave to a very small handfull of doctoral students back in summer 2006 on Aristotle's Politics. This section deals with chapters 14 through 18 of Book 3. Here is Aristotle's dialogue on Absolute Kingship vs the rule of law. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?ref=hl Topics: Aristotle, Aristotle's Politics, Political Theory, politics
Here is the recording of the tutorial I gave back in Summer 2006 on Aristotle's Politics Book 3, to chapter 12 of it. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?ref=hl Topics: Aristotle, Political Theory, Aristotle's Politics, Politics
Pop, politics and pintage: beer tasting and debate with Justin T, VBVictor S and guests Topics: beer tasting, alternative pop music, political theory Source: iPod, Ericsson and Motorola mobile phones, G4 Powerbook
This is an installment of a tutorial I gave to doctoral students at Warsaw University and PAN in the Summer 2006 on Aristotle's Politics. Here we cover the end of Politics 1 from chapter 10, and start 1st Chapter of Politics 2. Topics: Aristotle, politics, political theory, Aristotle's Politics
module guide for PPR309 Practical Philosophy: Capitalism as an ethical problem, a 3rd-year undergraduate module at Lancaster University. Topics: capitalism, ethics, political philosophy, political theory
This is the session I (Clifford Bates) gave on Aristotle's Politics Book 4, chapter 10 through 16 to a handfull of doctoral students back in the summer 2006, in Warsaw Poland. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?fref=ts Topics: Clifford Bates, Aristotle, Aristotle's Politics, politics, political theory
This is the session focusing on Politics 4, chapters 1-7, given by Clifford Bates to a handfull of doctoral students in Warsaw Poland, in the Summer of 2006. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?fref=ts Topics: Clifford Bates, Aristotle, Aristotle's Politics, politics, political theory
Here is the session on Aristotle's Politics dealing with Book 4, chapters 8 & 9, I (Clifford Bates) gave to a handfull of doctoral students here in Warsaw, Poland in Summer 2006. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?fref=ts Topics: Clifford Bates, Aristotle's Politics, Aristotle, politics, political theory
This is the section of the tutorial I had with a handful doctoral students in Warsaw Poland in 2006 on Aristotle Politics book 5, chapters 1 thru 6. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?ref=hl Topics: Aristotle, politics, Aristotle's Politics, political theory, The Politics, Clifford Bates
This event entitled "Radical ideology today: Marxism and Anarchism" took place in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki at 17th of December 2013. It was organized by the greek chapter of Platypus Affiliated Society. Here follows the description and the questions we addressed to the speakers:Radical Ideology Today: Marxism and Anarchism PANEL DESCRIPTION: It seems that there are still only two radical ideologies: Anarchism and Marxism. They emerged out of the same crucible - the... Topics: marxism, anarchism, political theory, radical, ideology, politics, Platypus
Summer 2006 tutorial on Aristotle's Politics, by Clifford Bates for doctoral students at Warsaw University and PAN. Here reponding to Aristotle's discussion of the Republic of Plato a question arises. Topics: Aristotle, politics, political theory, Aristotle's Politics, Plato's Republic
The book covers the history and the political values of founding fathers of American stood for. Atheism is gaining ground and would one day undermine the very constitution the people of American are required to defend. Topics: Constituitional Law, Political Theory, Moral Theology, Ethics, Philosophy, Jurisprudence
This zine is a short introduction to the anarchist principles of direct action, voluntary cooperation, and mutual aid. It differentiates anarchism from the political philosophies of "the left" and argues for the separation of anarchist strategies and thought from "the left." The original essay was written by Lawrence Jarach and titled "Instead of a Meeting: By Someone Too Irritated to Sit Through Another One" Topics: zine, anarchism, anarchist, anarchy, political theory, theory, zines
This is the recording of the grad tutorial by Clifford Bates on Aristotle's Politics 1 ch 3-5 back in the summer 2006. Topics: Aristotle, politics, political theory, political philosophy, Aristotle's Politics
This is a recording of a graduate level tutorial by Clifford Bates on Aristotle's Politics 1 ch 1-2 back in Summer 2006. Topics: Aristotle, Politics, Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Aristotle's Politics
Here is the section of my summer 2006 tutorial with a handful of phd students in Warsaw Poland dealing with Book 5, chapters 7 thru 12. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?ref=hl Topics: Aristotle, politics, Aristotle's Politics, Clifford Bates, political theory
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LibriVox recording of The Spirit of Laws (Volume 1), by Montesquieu. Read by Benjamin Gittins. This audiobook covers Volume 1 (Books I to XIX) of "The Spirit of the Laws" (French: De "l'esprit des lois", also sometimes called "The Spirit of Laws"). Spirit of Laws is a treatise on political theory first published anonymously by Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu in 1748 with the help of Claudine Guérin de Tencin. Originally published anonymously partly... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Librivox, audiobook, politics, philosophy, montesquieu, political theory, 18th century Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
"Daishi ni seiji riron." - Alexander Dugin (Japanese version of Dugin's introduction to the Fourth Political Theory) Topics: Alexander Dugin, Aleksandr Dugin, Dugin, Fourth Political Theory, Liberalism, Politics, Russia,...
This is my (Clifford A Bates's) Blame it on Hobbes at the Warsaw University's OSA/American Studies faculty lecture on April 7 2006. http://www.facebook.com/TheRoguePoliticalPhilosopher?ref=hl Topics: Hobbes, political theory, modern political thought, liberalism, the state, liberal political...
Chetvertaja Politicheskaja Teorija - Aleksandr Dugin (Russian: "Fourth Political Theory") Ð§ÐµÑÐ²ÐµÑÑÐ°Ñ ÐÐ¾Ð»Ð¸ÑÐ¸ÑÐµÑÐºÐ°Ñ Ð¢ÐµÐ¾ÑÐ¸Ñ - A. ÐÑÐ³Ð¸Ð½ Topics: Aleksandr Dugin, Alexander Dugin, Chetvertaja Politicheskaja Teorija, Fourth Political Theory,...
Unpublished lecture by Leo Strauss on the origins of political science in the thought of Plato. Strauss justifies and shows the necessity of recovering ancient thought. Topics: Leo Strauss, Political Science, Political Theory, Ancients, Modernity, Plato, Aristotle, Cicero,...
"[M]any commentators dismiss anarchism as utopian, formless, primitive, or otherwise incompatible with the realities of a complex society. One might, however, argue rather differently: that at every stage of history our concern must be to dismantle those forms of authority and oppression that survive from an era when they might have been justified in terms of the need for security or survival or economic development, but that now contribute to--rather than alleviate--material and cultural... Topics: anarchism, chomsky, noam chomsky, political theory, politics, liberalism, bakunin, marx, socialism
Civilization as Political Concept - Interview with the leader of the International "Eurasian Movement", a philosopher, and a professor at Moscow State University Alexander Dugin. Interviewed by the Global Revolutionary Alliance's own Natella Speranskaja (also spelled Speranskaya). Topics: Natella Speranskaja, Alexander Dugin, Aleksandr Dugin, Russia, Russian, Politics, Economy, Eurasia,...
Excerpts from The Fourth Political Theory by Alexander Dugin - introduces basic ideas and concepts Topics: Alexander Dugin, Aleksandr Dugin, Russia, Russian, Politics, Economy, Eurasia, Eurasianism,...
This is the translation of a paper Habermas delivered to an academic audience at the University of Frankfurt in 2003. The paper is as yet unpublished (2008). Thanks to Brigitte Mannheim and Thomas Reinhardt, who assisted in the transcription, editing and translation. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Jurgen Habermas, John Rawls, Liberalism, Communicative Action, Communitarianism, Political Theory,...
This is an invited lecture, given at Green Mountain College, hosted by the Philosophy program and the Environmental Liberal Arts program. In it, I situate Aristotle's discussions about the emotion, effects, and moral status of anger within the field of ethics, specifically virtue ethics. We then discuss what Aristotle has to teach us about how the emotion of anger arises, what it is, and what it wants. Aristotle discusses both vices and a virtuous disposition that have the anger response... Topics: Aristotle, Anger, justice, slighting, psychology, ethics, emotion, gregory sadler, philosophy,...